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Language, Literacy, Imagination, and Reading-Aloud — Sharon E. Cathcart

Originally posted on A Teacher’s Reflections: People often ask why I chapter read. After all, many of the children in my classroom are are three-years-old. When we chapter read, the children don’t have an image from a picture book. They have to make the pictures in their head. That requires language development. The more…

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I am the author of the children’s books On the Walk Home, The Marvelous Mind of Caleb, and The Legend of Scarlett and Ryman.

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